This high quality, stylish grass topiary ball is ideal for framing a doorway, decorating a balcony or lining a pathway. Add a touch of class and colour all through the year, even in the dead of winter. There's no need to worry about watering or trimming in the summer, either. With buxus blight becoming ever more problematic, and synthetics becoming ever more realistic, now is the time to go artificial.
No work, no mess and no need to replace as we have ensured the highest level of UV fade resistance throughout our range. The foliage is so dense and lifelike you'll have guests craving a touch it to work out whether or not it's real. With UV, frost and weather resistance technology built into the material and tested in our weathering lab, we're confident this will be the case for years to come. With our 2 year guarantee, you can be too.
UV Lock Technology®
We use a premium grade UV protecting polymer additive designed to absorb the sun's harmful rays and prevent any colour fade.
After 17,500 hours in a laboratory weathering test, there was no visible change in either the physical appearance of the material, including colouration, or the brittleness of the polymer.
Read all about how UV degrades plastic and how UV Lock technology keeps our topiary looking as good as new for at least 2 years.
Artificial topiary is perfect for gardens with poor soil and can be placed in areas of little sunlight, without having to worry about growing conditions. The bright green foliage will make for a stunning addition to any outdoor space. With no need to prune into shape, water or worry about protecting from frost, you can simply enjoy the beauty of this topiary basket without any added hassle.
"Really nice grass balls. Looks stunning!"
Reviewed Monday, 2 October 2017
"Looks fabulous and stands out beautifully"
Reviewed Tuesday, 12 September 2017
"Lovely bright shade of green and good weight"
Reviewed Wednesday, 6 September 2017
"Helpful on the telephone, fast and efficient next day delivery, all very satisfactory."
Reviewed Thursday, 24 August 2017